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A NordVPN study shows that Australians spend a third of their life on the internet.

Published in Your Tech
Wednesday, 11 August 2021 08:55

Government tells big tech to put safety first

Social media and tech companies will be expected to protect their users from online harms such as bullying and cyber abuse under a new set of Basic Online Safety Expectations (BOSE) released for public consultation by the Government.

Published in Technology Regulation

Victoria University researchers wanted to predict domestic violence incidents by analysing social media data and turned to Oracle Cloud to provide the sheer computational grunt needed to support its deep learning models.

Published in Cloud Computing

Clubhouse styles itself as "the leading social audio platform", and after a 16 month beta, mostly on iOS and then recently on Android, and it has announced that it has dropped the invite/waitlist system for the, so anyone can join, tune in and participate.

Published in Apps

GUEST INTERVIEW: The livestreaming trend is taking off and the market is projected to be worth $184.3B by 2027, according to Restream, and Bigo Live aims to be an even bigger part of the trend than it is now.

Published in Guest Interviews

GUEST INTERVIEW: The livestreaming trend is taking off and the market is projected to be worth $184.3B by 2027, according to Restream, and Bigo Live aims to be an even bigger part of the trend than it is now.

Published in Entertainment

Social media platform Clubhouse announced its app for Android will start rolling out in beta, now available to Android users in the US, and it will soon to be available to those in Australia and other markets in the days following this week.

Published in Apps

The director of an Australian digital marketing solution provider has warned that the next update of iOS by Apple will affect local businesses who are running their own Facebook Ads, preventing the social media giant from gaining access to some user data unless the user approves of it.

Published in Security

Canva is celebrating its customers' ability to design, schedule, and post content to Instagram Business accounts, plus seven other social platforms in one subscription.

Published in Apps

A campaign targeting security researchers, initially unearthed in January, has set up a new website in March to continue the attempt to target these professionals.

Published in Security

An expert at app design and generating publicity is warning businesses not to rely on Facebook and Google as reliable tools to generate revenue, and to have a contingency plan to continue generating leads if or when big tech pulls the rug out from under businesses again.

Published in Business IT

“International Women’s Day is a wonderful opportunity for me to think about the women who’ve helped me and those who I’ve helped along the way”, explains Kate Toon, founder of the Stay Tooned Group and the My Business Awards Businesswoman of the Year 2020.

Published in Business IT

Kate Toon is an award-winning powerhouse of energy, talent, business smarts, excellent advice, great courses and more, and it was a delight to talk to someone so switched on about everything digital!

Published in Guest Interviews

Kate Toon is an award-winning powerhouse of energy, talent, business smarts, excellent advice, great courses and more, and it was a delight to talk to someone so switched on about everything digital!

Published in Home Tech

ANALYSIS Despite all the brave talk emanating from Canberra, Facebook has comprehensively dictated the terms under which it will restore news content to Australians.

Published in Technology Regulation

Social media giant Facebook has agreed to restore Australian news content in "coming days" after the Federal Government made additional amendments to the news media code bill that is currently in the Senate.

Published in Technology Regulation

WhatsApp users will be unable to read or send messages from the app soon after the 15 May deadline for its new changes in privacy expires, the company says in a FAQ.

Published in Apps

The Indian Government is cracking down on social media users in the predominantly-Muslim state of Jammu and Kashmir, confiscating phones used for transmitting messages that are critical of the government.

Published in Apps

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